Myriam Robin July 16, 2015 3 Comments
In this day and age, can you launch a media start-up without paying writers? One publication is certainly trying.
Angela Priestley December 11, 2012 8 Comments
The Prime Minister invited editors of female-skewing websites to Christmas drinks at Kirribilli House. Women's Agenda editor Angela Priestley was happy to be part of the communications strategy.
Gideon Haigh November 5, 2012 5 Comments
So many new voices, so little real journalism -- a breeding ground for corruption and failed politics. Gideon Haigh asks who will prevail, in the final chapter of his investigative special for Crikey on the future of the media.
Gideon Haigh October 22, 2012 9 Comments
The pace of news delivery increases as our attention spans decrease. But are we better informed? Gideon Haigh reports in the fifth chapter of his investigative special for Crikey on the future of the media.
Gideon Haigh October 8, 2012 7 Comments
Social media will enhance or destroy the journalism model, depending on who you believe. Gideon Haigh on Twitter, Facebook and measuring news in the third chapter of his investigative special for Crikey on the future of the media.
Richard Farmer October 2, 2012 2 Comments
The Alan Jones saga ... The decline of newspaper readership ... Nasty hamsters ...
Gideon Haigh September 24, 2012 10 Comments
Once-great institutions are under threat; what might supplant them is unclear; reputations afford no protection. So what will media look like in 20 years? Gideon Haigh presents the first in a multi-part Crikey investigation.
Crikey July 14, 2012
To those journalists about to lose jobs in Australia, I'd say this: find yourself a place in the developing world where news breaks and start your own online site, writes Alan Morison.
Margaret Simons December 12, 2011 3 Comments
One Australian new media start-up is using sophisticated software to trawl tweets, and from that constructs a media outlet more or less automatically, featuring the things we are all talking about. Meet The Wall.
Crikey November 14, 2011 23 Comments
The Communications Council, which represents the advertising industry, would like the trade press to ban all anonymous comments. Mumbrella's Tim Burrowes goes inside the debate.